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Jul
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comment How can I shred a git repository, reasonably fast?
yes, please correct the spell error in the command (-g instead of -f). This reduces the file count to 42. A coincidence? ;-) man git-repack says: Packs are used to reduce the load on mirror systems, backup engines, disk storage, etc.. Why do you use it?
Jul
9
comment How can I shred a git repository, reasonably fast?
are you sure? I just ran git repack (without any options) in this test repo and the number of files in the .git folder increased from 684 to 688.
Jul
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revised How can I shred a git repository, reasonably fast?
add parallel
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Jul
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comment How can I shred a git repository, reasonably fast?
good idea, but then the local repository doesn't survive reboots/ power outages, right?
Jul
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revised How can I shred a git repository, reasonably fast?
added no of files
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Nov
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comment How to fill 90% of the free memory?
@bjarkef then just use calloc.
Nov
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comment How to fill 90% of the free memory?
Some inspiration for the code. Furthermore, I think you don't need to unlock/free the memory. The OS is going to do that for you when your process has ended.
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revised How can I mount a remote sshfs directory of an publicly inaccessible server on my inaccessible client machine?
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revised How can I mount a remote sshfs directory of an publicly inaccessible server on my inaccessible client machine?
Added not a duplicate explanation. Emphasis in question body to better highlight the difference to accused duplicate.